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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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declared

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | the contrary to which is declared by the ~Apostle: "Star differs 2 1, 19 | in all kinds of ways," as declared by the ~Philosopher (Ethic. 3 1, 23 | 8] Body Para. 2/3~Others declared that the divine predestination 4 1, 27 | conception and birth; as is declared in the ~person of the divine 5 1, 32 | Primal Being whom ~they also declared to be the father of the 6 1, 33 | bosom of the Father, He hath declared unto ~us."~Aquin.: SMT FP 7 1, 34 | who sprang from Origen, declared that the Son ~differed in 8 1, 36 | council of Chalcedon it is declared that those who ~were congregated 9 1, 39 | Although we may not find it declared in Holy Writ in so ~many 10 1, 39 | it is fitting that it be declared ~by things which are more 11 1, 41 | of the Father, ~He hath declared Him"; and so as others are 12 1, 42 | another; and thus it is declared in the council of Ephesus: " 13 1, 42 | priority nor posteriority, as declared by ~Athanasius. Therefore, 14 1, 43 | necessary for the Son to be declared as the author ~of sanctification, 15 1, 43 | which having begun to be declared by the Lord, was confirmed 16 1, 39 | Although we may not find it declared in Holy Writ in so ~many 17 1, 39 | it is fitting that it be declared ~by things which are more 18 1, 41 | of the Father, ~He hath declared Him"; and so as others are 19 1, 42 | another; and thus it is declared in the council of Ephesus: " 20 1, 42 | priority nor posteriority, as declared by ~Athanasius. Therefore, 21 1, 43 | necessary for the Son to be declared as the author ~of sanctification, 22 1, 43 | which having begun to be declared by the Lord, was confirmed 23 1, 94 | after sin, as ~Dionysius declared (Div. Nom. iv). Hence it 24 2, 6 | of ~voluntariness, as was declared above (A[1]). But it is 25 2, 13 | from the principles, as declared in Ethic. vii, 8. But ~conclusions 26 2, 20 | power ~commanded, as is declared in Ethic. i, 13. Therefore 27 2, 64 | is falsely denied, ~and declared not to be, whereas in reality 28 2, 97 | reason are most effectually ~declared; for when a thing is done 29 2, 97 | useful: just as it might be declared by ~the verbal promulgation 30 2, 100 | our neighbor, as shall be declared later on (SS, Q[25], A[1]; 31 2, 100 | decalogue. Because, as Our Lord declared ~(Mt. 22:40), "on these 32 2, 102 | celebrating this banquet they declared that they belonged to that 33 2, 102 | leper of his deformity, but declared him to be cleansed. This 34 2, 102 | the first place, ~he was declared to be clean; and, secondly, 35 2, 103 | the same thing needs to be declared by ~means of another sign, 36 2, 103 | kind ~of image: but it is declared that He is already born, 37 2, 105 | commanded that ~war should be declared for a just cause: thus it 38 2, 105 | hardness of ~heart, as Our Lord declared (Mt. 19:8). Of this, however, 39 2, 107 | the human body, Our Lord declared to them that every wicked ~ 40 2, 107 | forth implicitly needs to be declared ~explicitly. Hence after 41 2, 108 | charity." But the New Law declared explicitly ~certain points 42 2, 113 | whilst asleep; ~but it was declared to him in his sleep that 43 2, 19 | in this sense Augustine declared (De Lib. Arb. ii, 18,19) 44 2, 28 | therein His omnipotence is declared to be ~chiefly manifested [* 45 2, 37 | OBJ 1: It had already been declared to that people by the law ~ 46 2, 38 | happen that the war is declared by the legitimate authority, 47 2, 39 | private persons, being declared not by public authority, 48 2, 39 | war to be just it must be declared by ~authority of the governing 49 2, 43 | OBJ 2: Further, a thing is declared by its proximate effect 50 2, 55 | other virtues nothing is declared to be ~right unless it is 51 2, 58 | OBJ 1: When the truth is declared there is no obligation to 52 2, 62 | body," as the Blessed Lucy declared. Now it is evident that ~ 53 2, 67 | punished if his appeal be declared unjust."~Aquin.: SMT SS 54 2, 84 | blind or lame animal was declared ~unlawful for three reasons. 55 2, 93 | Further, divination is declared to be unlawful in so far 56 2, 96 | only when he has been so declared by ~sentence in a court 57 2, 99 | fact that God Himself ~has declared that these works are more 58 2, 136 | touch. Now a thing is not declared to be soft ~through yielding 59 2, 145 | mourning." The same is declared by Augustine in a sermon ( 60 2, 150 | x, 7), and as our Lord declared (Lk. ~10:42), "Mary hath 61 2, 150 | us to Christ; for it is declared in ~the Apocalypse 14:4 62 2, 151 | 1, sc. 1) of a man who ~declared that he would leave his 63 2, 154 | being most grave, are ~declared to be unpardonable. Now 64 2, 155 | whom she sets free are declared immune from all further 65 2, 155 | which reason it is also declared ~(Prov. 20:28) that the 66 2, 169 | the God of Israel, I have declared unto ~you." Accordingly, 67 2, 169 | Whether things known or declared prophetically can be false?~ 68 2, 169 | seem that things known or declared prophetically can be ~false. 69 2, 171 | prophet"; wherefore it ~is declared (Dan. 10:1) that "there 70 2, 172 | Ecclesiasticus was not as yet ~declared by the Church to be Canonical 71 2, 172 | man; ~while the prophets declared both in words and in writing 72 2, 176 | the ~confirmation of truth declared, in another way in proof 73 2, 184 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord declared that it belongs to the perfection 74 2, 185 | answer that, A thing is declared to be unlawful to a person 75 2, 185 | contrary to that which is ~declared unlawful to him: thus to 76 2, 185 | we were with you, this we declared to you: that if any man 77 2, 185 | against certain monks who declared ~it to be unlawful for the 78 3, 7 | Which having begun to be declared by the Lord was confirmed ~ 79 3, 28 | fact of her marriage is declared, not ~to insinuate the loss 80 3, 29 | fact of her marriage is declared, not to insinuate the loss 81 3, 31 | worldly honor; since He declared: ~"My kingdom is not of 82 3, 34 | holiness and ours, it is declared that He shall be born holy. 83 3, 37 | in ~uncircumcision, as is declared by the Apostle (Rm. 4:11, 84 3, 38 | faith "having begun to be ~declared by the Lord, was confirmed 85 3, 40 | precept of the Law, which declared that a man was made ~unclean 86 3, 55 | Resurrection, ~that it might be declared out of obedience to the 87 3, 74 | fermented bread, as is ~declared by the gloss on Mt. 13:33: " 88 3, 79 | is ~in our members," as declared by the Apostle (Rm. 7:23). 89 Suppl, 9 | anyhow, but they must be ~declared by a determinate act.~Aquin.: 90 Suppl, 20| sacrament. [*Benedict XIV ~declared the absolution of an accomplice " 91 Suppl, 42| institution of marriage it was declared (Gn. ~2:24): "They shall 92 Suppl, 45| marriages have since been declared invalid by the Council ~ 93 Suppl, 46| following on betrothal is declared to make a marriage, unless ~ 94 Suppl, 71| attested by ~the angel, is declared to have found favor with 95 Suppl, 72| thus (2 ~Pt. 3:10) it is declared that the fire of the judgment 96 Suppl, 84| will be made public, and declared before all ~thy friends 97 Suppl, 85| the coming judgment are declared to ~us in Scripture (Mt. 98 Suppl, 86| The supremacy which, it is declared, will be brought to ~nought 99 Suppl, 86| the ~judgment. For it is declared (Jn. 3:18) that "he that 100 Suppl, 86| in mortal sin. Now it is declared because of the certainty ~ 101 Suppl, 89| of the Father, He hath ~declared Him": his intention being 102 Suppl, 93| flesh be ~without sin, as declared by a gloss [*St. Augustine, 103 Suppl, 94| where their condemnation is ~declared, mention is made of fire 104 Suppl, 94| these things need to be declared under the figure of corporeal


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